DrExcel Health provides students with experiences that bridge the gap between technology and research when entering a clinical medical practice. Participation in DrExcel Health expands students' knowledge of industry fields that influence clinical practice. Students who participate build connections with physicians and experts in a range of disciplines relating to medicine. Additionally, students learn about product development and the skills needed to bring a concept to design and to market.
DrExcel Health Demo Day 2022
Wednesday, April 27, 2022
Bossone Atrium, 3rd Floor of the Bossone Research Center (3140 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104)
Our multidisciplinary teams of medical and biomedical engineering students will be presenting posters about their innovative medical devices. These teams have worked thoroughly over the past year to design, refine and construct devices that address an unmet need in clinical practice. They have also received valuable guidance from College of Medicine affiliated physicians and faculty from the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems. Please join us to learn more about these projects and to see some of the latest innovations in MedTech!
Also, a keynote will be given by James Won, PhD, the Human Factors Program Manager for the Center for Healthcare Quality and Analytics (CHQA) at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
Any questions, comments, or concerns can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Sling Health
Sling Health© (formerly IDEA Labs) is a student-run biotechnology incubator that provides resources, training, and mentorship to teams of students (medical, engineering, business, etc) tackling clinical problems by developing innovative solutions.
Sling Health is a non-profit organization started by students at Washington University in St. Louis. Sling Health provides students with collaborative support to pursue entrepreneurship and cross-discipline learning, with the belief that structured opportunity will drive innovation, specifically in the biomedical industry. Sling Health is run by students in several chapters at different universities located throughout the country.
- Make medical entrepreneurship attainable for students
- Develop a culture of innovation throughout the country
- Teach engineering, medical, and business students the skills and processes needed to invent and implement new biomedical technologies
- Develop novel devices and software applications targeting unmet clinical needs
Learn more about Sling Health.
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